Look, I'm not even sure what the point of this release is. ADV Films is already putting out a release of Saint Seiya that is uncut and uses the original music and even includes an alternate english Dub (one where the actors can actually ACT).
"Knights of the Zodiac" is just crap. The characters no longer have distinct personalities--they're just a bunch of teenagers with surfer dude accents. It's like watching an insanely bad version of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, except it's even worse in this case because their personalities totally contradict their upbringing (they were all sent off to harsh training programs in distant countries yet they all come back as flippant airheads?)
The music is bland, nothing you'll remember, except maybe the opening theme, which is a re-sung version of Flock of Seagulls' "I Ran" (it doesn't seem to be the exact same song... both me and a friend of mine who is into music seemed to notice that this version doesn't even sound as good as the real thing).
Finally, there's the dialogue. Not only is there a lot of extrenuous dialogue added (that is, characters talk just for the sake of talking, which often sounds stupid) but often the tone of their voice doesn't even match their facial expressions. In one episode, Seiya stares in shock at an enemy yet makes a flippant comment about his enemy's fashion sense. It's totally contradictory and makes the show hard to watch.
Once more, the original Saint Seiya is available in English on Region One DVD. Just do a search for "Saint Seiya" here on Amazon, and buy that DVD instead. Furthermore, "Saint Seiya" DVDs have five episodes instead of four, so "Knights of the Zodiac" is nothing but a complete waste of money.